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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Band or rope made of twisted twigs or stems ; Strong flexible twig

Usage examples (33)
  • Pioneers would often use a withe from a willow tree to bind two logs together for the beginnings of a windbreak for their wagons.
  • But I bake them regularly for everyone else, and the concensus is that it’s best plain withe some cherries scattered on top.
  • The withe is the #2
  • Additionally, the word "withe" can be substituted for the for more
Tutoring comment
  • Another word that sounds similar to withe which is a pliable strand from a tree used for binding, is with which means alongside of.
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